Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis was just eight years old when she experienced kiruv firsthand. Born in 1936 in Szeged, Hungary, a town rife with assimilation, her father Rav Avraham Jungreis built a shul and a mikveh to bring Jews closer to Yiddishkeit. She and her family miraculously survived Bergen-Belsen and eventually moved toAmerica, where they continued their mission of bringing their fellow Jews close to their Heavenly Father.